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by Jennyj
Rated: 18+ · Book · Biographical · #1600794
the metamorphosis from me to ME along the journey
#733108 added September 2, 2011 at 8:11pm
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Musings of a new student
As a new student anxious to impress my new instructor, I would write a note describing my prior writing experience and my  current writing goals. I would invite that instructor to visit my port and  point out a few of my favorite poems. The ones I would point out are "Pulp, or the Absence of Pulp,"
 THE CHOICE OF PULP  (E)
A POEM ABOUT LIFE'S GRINDINGS: A pre-move poem
#1577152 by Jennyj
and
 The Choice, or Non-Choice, of Pulp  (E)
a do-over of a special poem from 2008
#1786903 by Jennyj
"Country Peace
COUNTRY PEACE  (E)
A poem about the country and its beauty.
#1554854 by Jennyj
," and "Bring on the Glue"
 BRING ON THE GLUE!!  (E)
don't thnk this is in here yet!
#1699249 by Jennyj
.  Those are all older, non-rhyming  poems which I created in my pre-WDC days, I have actually revised "Pulp" recently to its current form, tho I wrote the original in 2008, I think. The older poems are more imbeded in my head; the newer ones, most of which are silly and rhyme, have not had as much time to rattle around and become associated with memories like the older ones. Until words have a chance to congeal in my head like stale jello, and become associated with images and not simply paper or my PC, the poems are not as real to me. Once they have been initiated into my thought processes through struggles and overuse, I then know them well enough to almost recite them from memory. I am not sure if this warble would impress a new instructor, or run that unsuspecting instructor off! Ugh.

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